The date of Apple’s World Developers Conference this year has been announced. The event, which was held digitally last year due to coronavirus, will be broadcast online this year.
Apple has officially announced the date of this year’s World Developers Conference. The WWDC 2021 event will be held from June 7th to 11th. As you may recall, it was carried out digitally last year due to coronavirus. The situation will not change this summer, the conference will be broadcast online.
The Cupertino company is expected to focus more on software platforms as part of the WWDC 2021 event. Apple will focus on iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, watchOS 8 and tvOS 15 at the conference. The company will likely offer beta versions of these operating systems to developers on the same day.
The company can also talk about its new computers with Apple Silicon processors as the transition process continues. Although the World Developers Conference is a software-oriented event, the Cupertino giant can sometimes surprise with hardware. Apple announced the new iMac, 10.5-inch iPad Pro and HomePod smart speaker at its developer conference in 2017, and introduced the next generation Mac Pro in 2019.
The image, released for WWDC 2021, features an emoji character wearing glasses. Some users see this as a hint that Apple will announce smart glasses. After all, developers will need to prepare apps and games for augmented reality (AR) based glasses.